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. >> reporter: it's not unusual for aaron negherbon to go calls at all hours of the day from the front is lines in afghanistan like the call he got from a marine corps major needing help. >> he said we just got into our base here in afghanistan and half of my unit is coming down ill because there's some type of virus or bacteria. he is on the phone with me. he goes i need 10 pressure washers and i need 2,000 feet of hose. he goes, can you do that? and i said, absolutely. >> reporter: aaron says. equipment was there in a week and so are most of the items that he ships overseas through the nonprofit he founded called troopsdirect. >> a lot of these items simply aren't readily available through the supply chain and if they are it takes weeks or months to go -- to get it. but with troopsdirect, they request it on day one and we are shipping within 24 hours. >> reporter: it started with a gift box he isn't to a college buddy two years ago to afghanistan. when his friend wrote back asking for items for the unit he filled each request. >> other commanders found out about my buddy's personal kind of su
. >> i mean, we still can't get a good shot of the thing. >>> baby aaron is enjoying a little dessert in his high chair, but aaron forgot where the food was supposed to go. see the funny baby food fight, next. >>> this is one of those lousy hotels that you can check in to, budget you just can't check out of. especially if you're a crab. a couple of guy, a crab pot. threw the pot overboard and before long you see a bunch of little crabs coming in to snack on the bait. >> oh, they can't leave. >> that's the idea of a crab trap. >> few are able to slip out the side, because the crab pot is designed to let the little ones live, but the rest of them who come in for a gluttonous free treat are silenced. >> you want the big ones anyways. >> this is sad to watch. >> i might stop eating crab legs. >> this is how it happens, beth. >> i know, but if i just went in, grabbed one with a stick, roasted it on the beach, i might feel ak about it, but these little guys, basically walking around trying to find food. just trying to survive. >> they found their way up on to the deck of a body and eventual
people, i got blown up -- there. it helps. >> reporter: if you met aaron mankin on the street, you might notice the injured hands, few facial cars. and if he was in marine uniform, you'd might guess he'd seen some pain, but you would have no idea. did you know you were on fire? >> oh, yeah, yeah. i was aware. >> reporter: you'd have no idea that an iraqi ied set him on fire, scorched his lungs, took his ear and burned half of his handsome face to the skull. >> i rolled and roll and sooid stop and check my progress and look at my hands, still on fire, r roll and roll, stop and check and got to the point where i had, exhausted myself, trying to extinguish myself and just closed my eyes and waited to die. >> reporter: he'd have no idea thanks in part to some of the best plastic surgeons in southern california, doctors and nurses who donated their skills to ucla's operation mend. aaron was there first attempt to put a broken warrior back together. how many surgeries? >> ah, nearly 60. >> reporter: 60. >> yeah. >> reporter: they did amazing work. >> thank you. >> reporter: but the bomb was on
the east coast rapist was scheduled to plead guilty in a virginia courtroom but apparently aaron thomas had a change of his mind. so what happened? let's get right to peggy fox live in manassas. what's the deal, peg? >> reporter: well, mike, aaron thomas was expected to plead guilty to two rapes and three counts of abduction with intent to defile. those charges go back to halloween night of 2009 when three teenage girls who were out trick or treating were abducted and two of them were raped. but today in court when the judge asked aaron thomas how he pleaded for the first rape charge, here's what he said. i don't know which is right or which is wrong. i don't know what i'm doing. the commonwealth's attorney says he wasn't surprised that aaron thomas did not plead guilty because of his previous erratic behavior. >> i certainly would not want him to plead guilty if he had any question about whether he should or not. if i'm not convinced that he's willing and -- ready, willing and able to accept responsibility, i don't want him to plead guilty. >> reporter: aaron thomas who is 41 is known as t
with us. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang for this morning after election night. this morning the long and hard fought presidential election is over with president barack obama voted into office for a second term. >> it is a decisive victory for the president, at least in the electoral college. take a look at the race. to 270 in terms of electoral votes, president obama wins with 303 over former massachusetts governor mitt romney's 200 electoral votes, this without florida, which is still considered too close to call with 97% of the precincts reporting, although president obama does have a narrow lead. >> the president picked up many battlegrounds states, including virginia, colorado, and the all important ohio. he declared victory to an ecstatic group of supporters in chicago. the president was joined on stage just like four years ago with the first lady and their two daughters. >> shortly before that, governor romney addressed a crowd of disappointed supporters. they both said in their speeches that now that the election is over. it is time for republicans and democrats to w
up. good morning and welcome to "news 4 today." i'm eun yang. >> and i'm aaron gilchrist. a welcome warm-up is finally in sight. take a look here. we have a tough morning ahead of us in terms of the cold we have today. temperatures plunging into the 30s in some places. tom kierein is here to put it all in perspective. >> i'm a little choked up. >> nice weather has got us all choked up. >> group hug. >> you want to hug somebody to stay warm this morning. it's a cold start. happy friday. >>> as we take off this morning, we're under a clear sky. got a few clouds drifting into pennsylvania, perhaps into western maryland now. they won't last long. we've got that crescent moon in the southern sky right now. it is cold. we need your warmest winter coat. we have it down in the 30s. that covers just about all of virginia and all of maryland. the lighter blue areas around the bay, tidal potomac. you can see there, it's in the 40s, low 40s. the dark blue areas, this is the 20s here in the highlands of western maryland and west virginia. it's only in the low 20s there. right around the beltway,
milton's friend and former supervisor aaron peskin. >> thank you peter. thanks to abbey, to the children, to his brother and sister and milton's friends. i think you heard it. milton was a mensh. he was a absolute definition of a mensh. i didn't meet milton in politics. i met him in the historic preservation day and i can't remember where but it was 96 or 97 and i was making my usual fuss in saving the columbo building on column bus avenue and milton said there is a way to get if done but the way you're doing it might not be the right way". but i came to understand he was not only a historic preservationists and later on i got to know him as an environmentalists. he was a quiet warrior. he was' resentless quiet warrior and what senator leno didn't tell you and mark and i served on the finance committee and got that $250,000 and doubled down and walked out with a half million dollars and he was relentless and you ask how much is it going to cost to leave the office and we will pay you, and he maintained that commitment to those things and those that don't know me i come from the dem
first guilty plea in virginia today. aaron thomas is expected to take responsibility for the 2009 attack on three teenage trick or treaters in prince william county. he's accused of forcing them into the woods and raping two of them on halloween night. thomas is expected to enter a second guilty plea in loudoun county at the end of the month. both those cases carry life sentences. >>> rescuers saved one person in a house fire in the district. it broke out at the 1700 block of benning road northeast. firefighters say the fire started in the kitchen causing heavy smoke. three people were taken to the hospital. they're expected to be okay. >>> two cars struck and killed a 42-year-old woman trying to cross the street in prince george's county. it happened at the 3800 block of kenilworth avenue and bladensburg. the victim, mary harding, was not in the crosswalk at the time. no word on whether the drivers will face any charges. >>> and in montgomy county, a car hit another woman. she was walking across randolph road in silver spring when she was hit. investigators believe the woman was not in
'm eun yang. >> i'm aaron gilchrist. we have dodged another bullet here in washington. our neighbors to the north have been hit hard, though, by a kriming snowsto -- crippling snowstorm. we saw some light sleet, didn't last for long, though. >> we dodged another bullet, but our neighbors to the north are just getting hammered. >> hurricane force winds in southern new england. the winds are still blowing 60 miles an hour in some areas. all that area in white is snow. the snow had just ended now in new jersey and in new york city. still snowing hard on long island into new england. many places in connecticut have nearly a foot of heavy, wet snow. it has been wind-driven. for us, reagan national, we had a little bit of flurry and sleet activity from about 10:00 last night until 1:00, 2:00 this morning. now all of that has pretty much ended. although we still have a few scattered sprinkles in prince george's county. now it's changed back to some sprinkles. a few of those scattered spri s sprinkles will be with us the next few hours. well above freezing, as we anticipated that the impact
, no issues between the baltimore beltway and the capital beltway. aaron, back over to you. >>> today former cia director david petraeus will answer questions on the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. he'll testify before the house and senate intelligence committees separately. the house began hearings yesterday on attacks which heard killed four people, including ambassador chris stevens. republicans accuse the obama administration of ignoring warning signs that could have prevented the tragedy. >> the people back at state here in washington continue to deny additional security, and they continue to do away with security that was already there. >> to put this, lay this at the doorstep of the president or the secretary of state or the united nations ambassador, you will find us ready and willing to resist to the teeth. >> petraeus' testimony will come one week after he resigned as head of the cia because of an extramarital affair. democrats and republicans say he is still credible when it comes to discussing national security. >>> the cia still plans on looking into petr
. with professor aaron o'connell also the author of this book "underdogs" the making of the modern marine corps." professor when was the marine corps established? >> 1775 but the birthday is us mess. the record always claims november but that is the date that congress authorized but they never raised the battalion raised then. >> day never were. but the first goes then 28 november but 10 november still celebrated as a birthday. >>host: what was the purpose of the marine corps? >> to be the guard on a ship to protect the officers from the crew it was difficult to salish up they had to have people there so the principal job was to be the ship's guard and served and snipers but it is a very small part of the navy. >> this -- record is complete the service? >> separate inside the navy but they would claim when they served aboard they should follow the rules amadeus served ashore to follow the regulations of the army and in 1832 they are a separate service inside the department of labor. the mission did not change
, everyone. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. welcome this wednesday, november 14th, 2012. it is 5:00 a.m. 38 degrees out there. hope you didn't put your coat away in that closet. after some warm days, it is back to cold, cold, cold. >> storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein is here to tell us about it. >> warm your hands by the glow of eun's red dress. looks like a nice warming trend here at least in the studio. but not outside. >>> oh, when you step outside, it is cold. it is mostly clear. we've got temperatures around the region under this clear sky at or below freezing. all these areas in blue are below freezing. and that includes just about all of virginia, all of maryland, and even out in some of the highlands of west virginia. that little patch of lavender is in the upper teens there around canaan valley towards elkins, west virginia, at 29 degrees. reagan national, on the warmer waters of the potomac, it's at 36 and also a bit warmer around the bay, where temperatures are around 40 degrees. we do have a clear sky on tap the rest of the day. here's your storm team 4 hour by
as america takes time to honor our veterans. good morning, everyone. i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. welcome this november 11t2, 201 veterans day. pretty mild after a glorious weeke weekend. hopefully, it will stay this way, but who knows? >> tom kierein knows. >> to honor our veterans, we'll keep this this way. >>> in the rural areas, we're down in the 40s with increasing clouds coming in from the west. right now just partly cloudy over the metro area. all cloudy in the mountains and much of the shenandoah valley. those clouds will be rolling our way later today. right now it's down to just around 40 degrees in parts of william county, charles county around 50, and near the beltway around 50 degrees. just outside the beltway, arlington, fairfax, montgomery county, we're down into the 40s this morning. and we also have a little patchy fog forming in some of the rural areas. watch out for deer in the fog darting in front of you. temperatures holding steady in the 40s by 6:00, 7:00 a.m. by noontime, jumping 20 degrees into the low 60s with a light wind and increasing clouds. cloudy th
'm eun yang. >> and i'm aaron gilchrist. we're waking up to a freezing cold morning. lows in the 30s, 20s across the area as well. if you're hoping for another big warmup -- >> are you laughing? >> just keep hoping, my friends. >> keep hope alive. i'm hoping it warms up someday. >> we had that long stretch, two weeks of colder than average weather. then we had the brief warmup. and now here we go again. another long stretch of colder than average weather. make friends with your coach. you'll be needing it. seven mornings at least, we'll be near freezing. this morning, at or below freezing much of the region. a few clouds showing up on the storm team 4 satellite image. showing the clouds north and west of the pennsylvania border, panhandle of west virginia. temperatures right in the upper 20s to near 30 degrees. that includes montgomery county, prince george's, arlington, fairfax, just about all of virginia and maryland. right near the bay waters for the tidal potomac. a few locations in the low 20s to upper teens out in north central west virginia. by 7:00 a.m., bright sun and a blue sky.
and welcome to "news 4 today." i'm eun yang. >> and i'm aaron gilchrist. we begin with a live look outside at 6:00 a.m. this monday morning. 54 degrees outside our studios. a gorgeous weekend is what we had around here. the hope is we can continue that for a moment longer. >> storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein here with the forecast. >> good morning. >>> starting off, it's a chill in the air, and we're under a mostly clear sky. we do have high clouds drifting in from the west, and it's mostly cloudy, shenandoah valley into the mountains now. there it's milder. it's in the 50s to near 60 where we're clear here around the metro area and most of maryland and virginia, it's in the 40s. low to mid-40s much of the region, including montgomery, arlington, fairfax, prince george's counties. and we also have patchy fog forming in some of the rural areas, especially the rural roads near open fields. watch out for patchy dense fog, watch out for deer, they're active. sunrise at 6:48. we'll still be in the 40s. by noontime, the low 60s with increasing clouds. then all cloudy the rest of the aftern
loop of the beltway. i'm back in ten. aaron, over to you. >> danella, thank you. >>> 18 months of debates, ads, attacks, election day is finally here. the presidential campaign, the parties, and the groups that support them have spent more than $1 billion. potential voters have seen more than 1 million ads on tv in just five months. that is 40% more than what we saw in 2008, this election could all come down to virginia. some election models have both candidates winning certain states. that would mean the commonwealth and its 13 electoral college votes could decide the 2012 race. >>> polls in virginia are now open, but residents in one new hampshire town have already cast their ballots. dixville notch kept an election day tradition alive by casting votes at midnight. it may be a while before we know who wins the election. president obama and mitt romney split the town's ten votes. >>> lines already forming at some polling locations. news 4's megan mcgrath live in alexandria. lots of company because these folks are dealing with hot races in the commonwealth. >> reporter: absolut
. aaron and eun, over to you. >>> 6:22 now. the abbreviation that beat out superstorm for the word of the superstorm for the word of the year. in the people, businesses, and organizations that call greater washington home. whether it's funding an organization that provides new citizens with job training, working with an anacostia school that promotes academic excellence, or supporting an organization that serves 5,000 meals a day across d.c., what's important to the people of greater washington is important to us, and we're proud to work with all those who are making our communities stronger. "and what do you do?" "oh, i sell insurance like no one else." "oh, that's nice." "thank you." now, that's progressive. call or click today. >>> welcome back. scientists have come up with a synthetic skin that reheals itself. it can heal 30 minutes after being cut. scientists are looking to make a number things from prosthetics to cell phone covers. >> cell phone covers? skin? okay. >> i guess protect your cell phone. >> sure. >>> there's more proof technology is taking over everything. the wo
to "news 4 today." i'm eun yang. >> and good morning. i'm aaron gilchrist. >>> as the chips fell, it became clear it belonged to the president. every critical swing state swung his way. when it became clear the president had taken the race, spontaneous celebrations erupted all across the city. this crowd out in front of the white house. on "u" street, a rowdy scene as well. supporters spread into the streets. they shot off fireworks and partied into the morning. >> mitt romney's watch party did not look like much of a party. ahead, the message he had for president obama. >> ahead, how exactly the president took the race and who drove him to victory. plus a big celebration in maryland. voters made history. voters doing something that's never been done before. and rolling the dice in maryland, a casino on the potomac is a go. we'll tell you what's next on the project. >>> from this morning on election day with all there is to talk about, by the end of the day, it could be the weather dominating the conversation. >> it seems to be the case here a lot lately. we're about to get our first taste
this unconscionable amount of money. and what is it producing? a not-very-good show. >> pelley: aaron rodgers is the super bowl-winning mvp quarterback of the green bay packers and... >> he's sensitive, so you have to be careful what you say around him. >> i'm only sensitive when people tell me that i'm a lot smaller in person than they thought i would be. >> pelley: we saw that happen with you and a guy in milwaukee. folks had won a contest to meet rodgers, and then a guy just had to say this. >> you look a little bit smaller than i thought you would be. >> i don't appreciate that. >> i'm steve kroft. >> i'm leslie stahl. >> i'm morley safer. >> i'm bob simon. >> i'm lara logan. >> i'm scott pelley. those stories and some thoughts on hurricane sandy tonight on "60 minutes." [ male announcer ] choosing a windows 8 device with help from your friend. i'm thinking about upgrading... finally! jonathan was fine when you were in your 20s, but he's not right for you. good-bye jonathan and his creepy little girl hands. i meant... [ male announcer ] or choosing a windows 8 device with help from the ex
news concerning a certain japanese american left tenant or aaron wataga >> yeah, lieutenant aaron wataga >> could you talk about how that story influenced your process and your writing of this play? . >> as i worked with the question of the no no boy, this whole thing with lieutenant aaron pataga who was a japanese american lieutenant who refused deployment to iraq. he said i'll serve anywhere else, but i refuse to go to iraq on the grounds that he believed it's unconstitutional. he is in the process of being court martialed, i think most recently there was something like a mistrial and i don't know if he's come up again. but what's interesting is that the lieutenant aaron wataga case as it played out in, quote, the ethnic newspapers, japanese american community, has brought about sort of what i think is a similar response to the no no boys in that he is being viewed not by all, but certainly by the military groups, the ones that were extraordinarily brave, the 442nd, by some of them as a traitor and as a coward. lieutenant aaron wataga should serve. and what's interesting is, aga
aaron colvin is covering stedman bailey 30, 40 yards down field. that's the risk that you run with man coverage. but they've been successful with it as a pass defense, ranked eighth in the country. >> craig: second down and five. play action. geno smith. up top. touchdown! bailey! to this point, four weeks of frustration for geno smith. in this second half, a rebirth. >> joel: geno smith becomes the first passer this season to eclipse the 300 yard mark against oklahoma and stedman bailey with his second straight 200 yard game. last week, 225 yards. tonight, 13 catches, 205 yards and four touchdown catches. >> craig: 2:53 to play. 49-44, west virginia. >> referee: time-out, west virginia. their third and final of the half. >> craig: now dana holgorsen will use his final time-out. as we look at this last touchdown, and geno smith, he's got the rhythm and confidence. >> joel: you can't throw it any better than that. bailey just runs out of his shoe. aaron colvin even has deep help on this. tony jefferson and aaron colvin beat deep by stedman bailey. that is a tired oklahoma defense runnin
, but so much of aaron rodgers success is the ability to get five receivers out and the more they have to help in pass protection, the more their offense looks different. >> al: the game ends and the victory formation for the new york giants who go to 7-4. same record that the packers will now have. the giants dominate. 38-10 is the final score. the wendy's postgame report is coming up. . okay, here's the plan. you have a plan? first we're gonna check our bags for free, thanks to our explorer card. then, the united club. my mother was so wrong about you. next, we get priority boarding on our flight i booked with miles. all because of the card. and me. okay, what's the plan? plan? mm-hmm. we're on vacation. there is no plan. really? [ male announcer ] the united mileageplus explorer card. the mileage card with special perks on united. get it and you're in. with special perks on united. >>> all giants tonight. 38-10 over the packers. coming in as you know the giants had dropped two straight and eli manning was decidedly off his game. tonight, he threw for three touchdowns. in the meantim
. >> and it was made from his shed. brian kuebler is here with what he said. >> reporter: 24-year-old aaron david wyatt was arrested in his shed after a tip to limits aaron was skyping with another person when he threatened to detonate a bo. the person on the other line saw the bomb hang material in the skype shot and tipped off police. when authorities arrived, they found him in his shed on skype and arrested him without incident. turns out the bomb was fake and wyatt is charged with threatening with a fake device. >> it's not something that officers encounter every day where somebody is skyping, if you will, or using face time. this is a web world we live. you can almost project these are the type of situation that is may arise in the future. >> anne arundel county said even though the bomb was fake they had to take all of these threats seriously. wyatt remains in jail on a $35,000 bond. >> tonight route 32 has reopened after it was closed following a deadly crash. 68-year-old michael dumonceau died. a flatbed truck near 108 and clarksville slid into the northbound traffic when the driver slammed int
yang. >> and good morning. i'm aaron gilchrist. welcome back to "news 4 today" on this tuesday, november 13th. it is cold, and there is rain coming down. >> storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein here with the forecast. good morning. >> good morning. >>> but not cold enough for snow. it is a chilly rain that's falling across virginia. eastern west virginia, the district, and most of maryland advancing off to the north and east. it is snowing up in the adirondacks of new york state. closed now. storm team 4 radar showing an area of moderate rain, these little pockets of yellow and orange. frederick county and washington counties in maryland. and then across the potomac, one pocket of light to moderate rain south and east of blue ridge. and then in western warrenton county. this is advancing north and east and moving into the west and northern suburbs. elsewhere, getting light rain and radar. going to be with us another couple of hours or so. should be tapering off and ending by 9:00 this morning. right now a chill in the air. only the low to mid-40s and upper 40s much of the reg
of a protocol, aaron, for this type of thing. you wait until the other side concedes. they call. they make their concession speech. the winner comes out at the end. that whole process took a while because romney's campaign was not conceding ohio. when that state was first called, the campaign said that they disputed those results, and it was a while before he actually conceded. >> tracie potts in chicago for us. thank you, tracie. >>> election results silenced the crowd gathered to support mitt romney in boston last night. we'll hear from the governor and his concession speech coming up in a few minutes. >> time to check the forecast. meteorologist tom kierein telling us we might get some snow. we're not going to get too excited, but there is some stuff going to fall out of the sky, right, tom? >>> going to be an early season type of snowfall. we had one back in 1987 on veterans day. we got a foot of snow that day. nothing like that one. there it is, now spinning way east of atlantic city and ocean city. it's got a lot of moisture with it and swinging inland, getting moderate rain right al
at least one of your lanes. you are slow as you make your way westbound at 50. aaron and eun, back over to you. >> thank you, danella. >>> just 24 hours until the polls open in decision 2012, and the race for president is in a statistical dead heat. here's a look now at the latest nbc news/wall street journal/marist poll that shows president obama with a one percentage point lead over mitt romney among likely voters nationwide, 48%-47% right now. that is well within the margin of error of 2.5% for this poll. the same goes for one of the most critical swing states in this country. we're talking about virginia. the poll mirrors national results, the president leading mitt romney 48%-47%, again within the margin of error. the president holds a narrow lead in the battleground states of florida and ohio. >> thoese campaigns will battle for every last vote in virginia the final hours before election day. mitt romney will make two stops in the commonwealth. he'll stop by lynchburg before heading to george mason university this afternoon. the rally begins at 2:45 at the patriot center. doors op
heard the story and offered him an autographed hank aaron bat. as a member of congress, you are not allowed to accept a gift valued over $200. so the government took away his back again. tonight, we cannot replace the bat that was taken away from that young boy. but we do give them something that we hope will take its place. ladies and gentlemen, i present to you the first ever recipient to of the lifetime achievement award for services rendered to the asian american community and services rendered to our nation. i give to you secretary mineta. [applause] >> i cannot think of a more appropriate gift tonight than to receive this bat. i want to thank the mayor, and everyone, members of the board of supervisors, for hosting this event tonight. all of us who have had the privilege of serving in public service have gone to that point because we were standing on the shoulders of those who preceded us. i want everybody here to remember that whenever they do in the future, bring everything you are and bring everything you want to the jobs you are going to be doing. there are tremend
bridge. aaron, back over to you. >> danella, thank you. >>> president obama's first day back at work since being reelected. he will urge congress to avoid going over the fiscal cliffme. the president is not expected to offer a specific plan. instead, he'll tell both parties to put their differences aside. they must reach a budget by the end of the year to avoid a series of tax hikes and budget cuts. a grim picture offered of what will happen if we plunge off the fiscal cliff. the cbo warns we'd go back into a recession with the unemployment rate jumping to 9.1%. the report assumes that no budget deal will be reached for a while, which means the tax hikes and spending cuts would be in effect for the whole year. >>> one democrat is already looking ahead to next year's virginia gubernatorial race. terry mcauliffe says he's running for governor again. he lost the first time. lieutenant governor ken cuccinelli are also seeking the republican nomination. >>> just days after question seven was passed, there's already an effort to keep a new casino from being built in prince george's county.
, romney received nine. at the live desk, melissa mollet, news 4. >> reporter: good morning, aaron. what we can expect is a very busy day at the polls. this is a presidential year. turnout is always good. we also have a hotly contested u.s. senate race, and we're one hour before the polls open. you can see we already have a small line forming here at this polling place in alexandria. are you looking to beat the crowds here this morning? >> i did beat the crowds this morning. >> reporter: you're the first in line. >> i am. been here since 4:30 this morning. >> reporter: what's your strategy? were you a little worried about what's ahead in terms of lines? is >> yes. i have two kids, and they're off from school today. so i had to get out early. >> reporter: and you are. you're number two in line. >> i'm thankful. >> reporter: and it's chilly out here. certainly, you're going to want to bundle up before you head out to the polls. virginia is one of those battleground states that we've heard so much about. president obama won the old dominion four years ago, but mitt romney is pushing back hard.
'm eun yang. >> and i'm aaron gilchrist. people still struggling from sandy. the election may be an afterthought, but right now we are 24 hours from the first polls opening in our area, and this morning new numbers that show the race is truly too close to call. just ahead, the last minute dash for votes around here today. >>> it is 6:00 right now. getting out the vote this year means getting out the coats. this unseasonably cold weather is hanging on. now a new storm to worry about. storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein is on top of all of this. tom, good morning to you. >> good morning. >>> we'll be keeping an eye on a developing storm off the coastal carolinas taking place on wednesday. right now this morning, we're starting off with a lot of cloudiness across northern virginia, the district, most of maryland, and into the mountains. there are some breaks in the clouds in the central and southern shenandoah valley and areas fredericksburg south. that is where it's coldest. in fact, where it's cleared out, temperatures there have tipped down to the freezing mark or below. up
some very, very long hours. reporting live from national harbor, meagan mcgrath, news 4, aaron, back to up. >> thank you, meagan. >>> crews sent to new jersey today, leaving from forestville in afternoon. >>> much anticipated october jobs report comes out. the final jobs report before tuesday's election. the bureau of labor statistics considered there aing the release. the economy added about 114,000 jobs. the unemployment rate fell from 8.1% to 7.8%. >>> ohio, once again the focus of both candidates today. president obama will begin the day in hilliard and also campaign in springfield and lima before returning to the white house. the president will visit northern virginia tomorrow and hold a rally at jiffy lube along with former president bill clinton and singer dave matthews. and mitt romney will deliver his closing arguments for why voters should elect him. he'll hold rallies in columbus and cincinnati. no republican has ever lost in ohio and gone on to win the election. >>> in madryland, polling centes open from 8:00 until morning until 9:00 tonight. early voting was supposed to
by metropolitan transportation spokesman aaron donovan. thanks for joining us. >> thanks, governor, you bet. >> eliot: we know you've begun to get some of the subways above 34th and 42nd street moving again. what will be open tomorrow and then if you could, give us an update on the tunnels which seem to be the major impediment to expanding traffic. >> well, at this point in time, our subway system is essentially cut in half. we have some service running between the bronx and manhattan and queens and manhattan. that's terminating midtown. the rest of the lines operating in brooklyn and southern queens are terminating in downtown brooklyn. to get people across the east river, we normally have six tunnels underneath the six rivers that are -- service the subway lines. right now we're limited to operating buses over the manhattan and the brooklyn bridges and so instead of six tunnels, we have buses over three bridges. we're working hard to get those tunnels back up. >> eliot: tell us what you can, we all understand the tunnels
. >> jill was all the smiling, vivacious. >> reporter: aaron fodoman publishes tampa bay magazine. the kelleys frequented the magazine's pages. >> there was always a bevy of people around them. it would seem like no matter where they went people enjoyed talking to them, being with them. >> reporter: and they were often seen hob knobbing with top litary brass, connections jill kelley made while organizing social events at nearby madill air force base. >> she is a deep down good person. >> reporter: she and her brother is rushing to her defense. federal authorities are investigating thousands of e-mails between kelley and marine commander john allen. quam says they are only good friends. >> all i do know is my sister didn't do anything wrong. i know that from talking to her. i know she's a victim and i don't know what else to tell you. >> reporter: the kelleys have asked for privacy and did not return our calls. they have hired high powered washington attorney ab by lowell. >>> and in a story that gets more bizarre by the hour, you can add the comments of religious broadcaster pat r
. aaron thomas told a rapt we're taxed several women in several states beginning two decades ago but he doesn't know why. -- told a reporter he attacked several women in several states beginning two decades ago but he doesn't know why. >>> veterans started out as the celebration of armistice ending the first world war. it is now celebrated around the globe as world armistice day and leaders around the world and here at home used it to honor fallen troops. >> the 11th hour of the 11 day in the 11th month is hon ired every year to mark the end of word war i in 1918. president obama commemmorating veterans day here by laying a wreath at the tomb of unknown soldier. >> we take care of our veterans. we take care of your families, not just by saluting you to one day once a year but by fighting for you and your families every day of every year. >> reporter: in the united kingdom, queen elizabeth attends a remembrance ceremony laying a wreath. in beg jump, crowds gather for a -- in belgium, crowds gather. >> it represents a special day to me to went those people with lives written in stone. >>
university boulevard, all your travel lanes are open. aaron and eun, back over to you. >> thank you, danella. >> news 4's angie goff is following breaking news at the live desk. >>> this morning a tough warning from israel after a gaza rocket hits the house. a rocket launched from the gaza strip strikes land in southern israel but not hurting anyone. this after a night of cross-border violence. the military says more than 110 rockets pounded israel since saturday. this violence could spark more hostility just a couple months before israel's elections. the country's leaders say the race won't keep them from attempting to stop the rocket attacks. at the live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> this morning we're learning more about the investigation that revealed that now former cia director david petraeus was having an affair. petraeus' mistress, author paula broadwell, was sending liaison at an air force unpaid base in tampa. that woman is reported as jill kelley. she reportedly went to the fbi when she received the threatening message, and that is whatriggered the bureau's investigation. >> mrs.
. >> flashlights, scissors. >> it's not unusual for aaron to get e-mails at all hours of the day from the front lines in afghanistan. like the call he got from a murray and core major in need of help. >> he said, we just got into our base in afghanistan. half of my unit is ill because there is some type of virus or bacteria. he's on the phone with me. i need 10 pressure washers and 902000 feet of hose. can you do that? i said, absolutely. >> he says the equipment was there an week, and so are most of the items he shipped overseas through the nonprofit he founded called troops direct. >> a lot of these items simply are readily available through the supply chain. if they are, they might take weeks or months to get it. they requested on day one and we are literally shipping within 24 hours. >> it all started with a gift box that aaron sent a college buddy sent to afghanistan a few years ago. when his friend wrote back that his unit needed specific items, aaron filled each request. >> other commanders found out about my buddies personal kind of supply chain, if you will. they started reaching out
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